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Feb 4, 2013 7:00am PST
from a 22-point deficit, closing to within a touchdown in the final moments of the game. but san francisco would fall just short, losing 34-31. it was jim congratulating older brother john, as the brothers harbaugh reunited on the field. it was a first super bowl win for michael oher, whose story we all saw in the book and the movie, "the blind side." after the confetti has fallen -- what is it like? >> from nothing to a super bowl champion, i'm in shock right now. >> oh, we won the super bowl! >> reporter: and a second ring for ray lewis in what he has said would be the final game of a 17-year career. >> baltimore, we're coming home, baby! we did it! >> reporter: just how much did the blackout affect the game's outcome? i spoke with my former colleagues, mike greenberg, mike golic, of "mike and mike in the morning" on espn radio and espn2, for more on that. let's be honest, 35 of the strangest minutes in super bowl history last night. >> yeah, and awful. obviously. in every possible way, awful. what i'm really glad for is that if the 49ers won the game, it would be much more of
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